Become a successful Shared Hosting provider in China

Become a successful Shared Hosting provider in China


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Ray Zheng, Racent.com CEO and Filip Borcov, Site.pro CEO discussing How to Become a successful Shared Hosting provider in China.
00:04 It’s not enough to translate to Chinese
00:35 Translation is not enough
00:42 You need to change the product
01:10 Your providers possibly will not work in China, like: Cloudflare, Google, Google Maps, Youtube, Facebook, …
01:54 Your local translator should understand the product
02:20 Baidu team: “Site.pro has very professional translation” (translation made by Racent, btw)
02:34 Many products do not look like Chinese
02:40 Local payment methods: WeChatPay, Alipay, UnionPay
03:40 China giants expand rapidly
04:10 Is it possible to get in China with Shared Hosting?
04:40 Market grows very fast, but not easy to get here
05:05 You need ICP license, but it is impossible, so …
05:30 You need to find local partner
06:00 Huge opportunities—but you need partner to enter
07:02 Hong Kong—best preparation for China (and no ICP license is needed)
07:50 Big numbers are available, but…
09:11 Google is blocked in China, cause it doesn’t follow the rules
09:40 No politics—just follow Chinese rules
10:35 China is friendly for neighbour countries
11:13 China is the #1 in domain market (in terms of growing)
11:43 1M+ new shared hosting customers are growing each year (also including outside China mainland)
12:20 30-50M+ domains, 5M+ shared hosting users
14:14 Localise product—Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese
15:10 Localise product—follow local technical requirements
15:45 Always follow your Chinese partner KPIs

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